Regeneration specialist, U+I is set to transform unused land in Kent into a new green business community centred on sustainability and wellbeing.
Nottingham City Council has approved plans for the first phase of the city’s ‘biggest regeneration scheme’, the £650m Island Quarter development.
The housing secretary, Robert Jenrick, has appointed Nicholas Boys Smith to establish a new design body to drive up design standards.
Marrico and Helios have been selected as the preferred developer for the £270m redevelopment of the former International Swimming Pool.
Construction contract awards have increased to £4.4bn in August, up 21.2% compared to last month, showing improvements in industry conditions.
Liverpool City Council has submitted plans for the city’s first purpose-built pop-up film and high-end TV stages.
Planning permission has been granted to deliver a new energy centre to heat homes and businesses in the London Borough of Enfield.
A planning application for a major new public realm, the Greenway: West Float project, which will pave the way for the next stage of building and development has been submitted by Peel L&P to Wirral Council.
Landmark Information is chairing an online event to explore the government’s ‘Planning for the Future’ consultation and the impact reforms may have on the industry.
A new development by Southall station has been given the go-ahead by Ealing Council, helping to deliver 460 new rental homes in the area.
Mani Khiroya, managing director and Kirill Reshetov, land associate at Fruition Properties, discuss how the new fire safety bill could potentially kill off rooftop and airspace development through unintended consequences.
Planning permission has been secured for the Quad Two building at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus.
A new residential-led mixed-use development in Newton Abbot, Devon has been given the green light to deliver 2,000 sq m of employment space and 450 new homes.
Director and lead architect, Gary Hoban of Hoban Design, discusses a recent airspace development and what extended PDRs could mean for developers and the quality of homes.